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Keynote Speakers (confirmed)


Jean-François Beaumont (Statistics Canada)

Making inferences from non-probability samples through data integration (two lectures)

Maria del Mar Rueda (University of Granada)

Non-probability surveys: a revision of methods for inference (lecture)
Estimating in non-probability surveys with R (PC lab)


Carl-Erik Särndal (Sweden)

Progress in survey science, yesterday, today, tomorrow (lecture)
Tribute to close associates no longer with us: Jean-Claude Deville, Jan Wretman 


Li-Chun Zhang (University of Southampton; Statistics Norway; University of Oslo)  

Introduction to the book "Graph Sampling"
Transforming population statistics: From census to fractional counting (two lectures)

Country-specific Invited Speakers 

As in previous events, the scientific program includes speakers invited from the BNU network countries. The invited speaker is expected to give a 45-minute lecture on a topic related to the main themes of the workshop.

Estonia
Helle Visk (Statistics Estonia): Households and dwellings for register-based census: a graph-based approach

Finland 
Henri Luomaranta (Statistics Finland): Nowcasting with STS surveys: the Machine Learning approach
    
Latvia 
Baiba Zukula (Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia) and and Jānis Jukāms (Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia): 
The Population Census 2021 in Latvia

Lithuania 
Andrius Čiginas (Statistics Lithuania; Vilnius University): On design-based small area estimation

Ukraine
Oleksandr Gladun (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine): Censuses in Ukraine: past and perspective

Sweden: TBA

Poland

Jacek Białek (University of Lodz): Scanner data – advantages, challenges, and their processing in the PriceIndices package 


Contributed speakers

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Last update 21 June 2022

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